Evacuation & Self-Rescue Training: Wind
The Evacuation & Self-Rescue Training course concentrates on the various usages of the SRK-11® (ANSI certified Kit) or SRK-15® (CE certified Kit), Evacuation and Self-Rescue on onshore & offshore wind turbines. Each student will learn to inspect and operate the dual-brake descender, as well as adjust the kit to his or her own body-weight in order to keep the kit event-ready in case of an emergency.
Each student must have appropriate PPE, including a full body harness, dual leg lanyard and any personal fall protection devices normally used. Students should be prepared to climb an actual structure several times each day.
Course Duration: 1 day
Class Size: 4-6 students per instructor
Tech Safety Lines’ rescue training program meets or exceeds ANSI and OSHA standards for the onshore & offshore wind industry.
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The majority of this class is held on an elevated structure. After becoming comfortable with the simple processes used with the SRK-11® or SRK-15®, students will perform and participate in several simulated escape and rescue scenarios. Each student is required to have a full body harness, helmet, gloves, eye protection, and appropriate clothing and footwear.
- Pre-emergency Planning
- Kit Preparation
- Anchor Selection and Use
- Escape & Emergency Egress
- Self-Rescue from Post-fall Suspension
- Evacuation of Incapacitated Co-worker
- Equipment Care and Maintenance
- Course Manual
- Wallet ID card
- Certificate of Completion
“Out of all the training I have done for this occupation, this class is by far at the top out of gaining my satisfaction.”
-Adam Glasgow, Omne, Inc.
“Gear and obstacles were in great shape and helped with the learning experience, along with a great staff to create a comfortable learning environment.”
-Bryce Davis, Vestas
“Training was helpful can now rescue or descend on my own with confidence.”
-Michael Parten, UpWind Solutions
We offer a recertification course for those with an expired wallet card.